With a pair of top 100 prospects and an elite Junior College prospect already on board, Williams and his staff picked up highly regarded four-star recruit Jajuan Johnson on Friday.
When Johnson spoke to Scout.com following his trip to Marquette, he explained that the visit changed his outlook on Williams' program. He cited their love for basketball in the area and how important it is to the city.
"It was cool," Johnson said of the Marquette trip. "I was down there with the recruits they already have down there. They were telling me about the class we could have if I come and stuff."
"It was a basketball town," he added. "Everything was about basketball."
Marquette's class jumps from just inside the top 15 to the No. 5 overall recruiting class.